Rose Center for Public Leadership Working with Seattle Mayor Murray in Rainier Beach

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The Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership, jointly operated by the National League of Cities (NLC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), is working this week with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray to help the city attract investment to implement community goals in the Rainier Beach neighborhood. The panel of experts from around the nation arrive in Seattle today and will spend four days working with City staff and the Rainier Beach community to help it capitalize on its assets to attract private investment, jobs and economic development that supports this diverse community. The panel will make recommendations on how to implement the vision established by the community through previous planning efforts….
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Manager, Texas District Councils (Houston, TX)

The ULI Houston District Council is searching for a District Council Manager to join their team. The ideal candidate will have a passion for urban planning and possess excellent communications and organizational skills. The District Council Manager’s overall responsibility will include planning and executing programs for Houston, as well as collaborating with district councils in Austin, north Texas, and San Antonio. This entails working closely with the Executive Director, Manager, Chair, volunteers, and other committee members to set the vision and execute logistics.

The District Council Manager is a professional position within the district council, serving as a liaison between the Executive Director of ULI Houston/San Antonio, the other Texas district council offices, and ULI headquarters in Washington, D.C., ensuring that all work is consistent with ULI’s policies and procedures, and that ULI Houston’s goals and objectives are met and ULI’s mission is carried forth.

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Property Investors Set to Benefit as Capital Flows From East to West Likely to Continue in 2015

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The movement of capital from East to West is likely to remain the major influence on real estate markets in 2015, according to Global Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2015, an annual forecast of global real estate investor sentiment, published jointly by PwC and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) today (10th March 2015)….
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RFP/RFQ: Concord Town Center Project in Concord Township, Lake County, Ohio

Concord Township Officials, in conjunction with the Concord Township-City of Painesville Joint Economic Development District (JEDD) have been preparing the past 10 years for the anticipated economic growth of the commercial corridor situated at the major interchange of Interstate 90 and State Route 44 in Lake County Ohio’s fastest growing community….
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The Final Four: ULI Announces Finalists for 2015 Hines Competition

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Four university teams, including two from Harvard University, one from the University of Maryland, and a joint team of students from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin – Madison, have been selected as the finalists for the thirteenth annual Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Competition, an ideas competition that challenges graduate students to create proposals for the development or redevelopment of a designated site in a U.S. metropolitan area. The competition is open to graduate students who are pursuing real estate-related studies at universities in North America….
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Tremé 2.0″ – Harvard University

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “The Crossing” – University of Maryland

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Quartier Vert” – University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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ULI Hines Competition 2015 Finalist: “Claiborne Grove” – Harvard University

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“Planning a community’s future lies on unlocking its past. The project Tremé 2.0 lays at the southern tip of the old Tremé district, one of New Orleans’ first urbanized neighborhoods outside of the Vieux Carre Rampart. In the 1810s, Tremé’s development had not only connected the city’s cultural center with the vast natural hinterland for the first time, but also created a new urban lifestyle for the New Orleanians of the 19th century. Today, the proposed 23 acre development project expects Tremé to continue its great tradition to make innovative transformation to the Crescent City, as it did 200 years ago.”…
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